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LawrenceOP-Fan     Friday, 06:50
Today's saint, Rita of Cascia, had a great devotion to the Passion of Christ, and she united her sufferings to Christ Crucified. We ask her, who is Patron of Impossible Causes to pray for us, and especially today for the church in Ireland. May the … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Friday, 06:50
A medieval capital of Italian origin in the Cloisters Museum, New York.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Thursday, 13:32
The statue of Our Lady in our chapel in Edinburgh. May she pray for us!
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Thursday, 13:32
Beautiful art deco-inspired floor in the Tate Britain.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Thursday, 13:32
The new staircase by Peter St John and Adam Caruso in the Tate Britain.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Thursday, 13:32
Looking up towards the dome of the entrance Rotunda of the Tate Britain.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Thursday, 13:32
Standing in one of my favourite spaces in London: the Rotunda of the Tate Britain.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Wednesday, 20:06
A Scout of Europe with flowers from the woods for Our Lady. May is Mary's month, and a popular Catholic devotion honours her with flowers from fields and forests.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Wednesday, 20:06
A young Scout of Europe cuts down a branch as fellow Scouts and leaders look on.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Wednesday, 20:06
An essential tool for traditional scouting.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Wednesday, 16:07
Bernardino (“Little Bernard”) was born in Tuscany in 1380, and he was orphaned as a child. While still a student at the University of Siena he took charge of the hospital there when an epidemic killed most of the staff. Later he looked after a … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Wednesday, 05:31
James Gibbs' famous church seen from the main entrance of the National Gallery in London.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Wednesday, 05:31
"Now, in the accomplishing of this work of redemption, the Blessed Virgin Mary was most closely associated with Christ; and so it is fitting to sing in the sacred liturgy: "Near the cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ there stood, sorrowful, the Blessed … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Tuesday, 08:59
Detail of the Altar canopy in Ampleforth Abbey church, which dates to 1925.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Tuesday, 08:59
"In contemplating Mary's powerful intercession as she waits for the Holy Spirit, Christians of every age have frequently had recourse to her intercession on the long and tiring journey to salvation, in order to receive the gifts of the Paraclete in … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Tuesday, 08:59
Statue of the Benedictine monk, reforming 10th-century Archbishop of Canterbury, and patron saint of goldsmiths and silversmiths; as a monk, St Dunstan had worked as a blacksmith, painter, and jeweller. This statue is in Ampleforth Abbey.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Monday, 05:45
"God has gone up with a shout, the Lord with the sound of a trumpet. Sing praises to God, sing praises! Sing praises to our King, sing praises!" – Psalm 47:5f. Stained glass detail from a window by Kempe in the Priory Church of the Holy Trinity in … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Monday, 05:45
"Ah, blessed maiden mother, Beknown to prophecy: Now Jesus is a-borning And all men honour thee." – from a medieval carol to Our Lady. 15th-century window of Our Lady from the church of All Saints in York.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Monday, 05:45
"Clap your hands, all peoples! Shout to God with loud songs of joy! For the Lord, the Most High, is terrible, a great king over all the earth" – Ps 47:1f. Stained glass from the parish church of Gilling East near York.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Sunday, 13:45
Craigleith was once one of the largest puffin colonies in Britain with over 28,000 pairs in 1999.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Sunday, 13:45
"Beloved, if God so loved us, we also must love one another. No one has ever seen God. Yet, if we love one another, God remains in us, and his love is brought to perfection in us. This is how we know that we remain in him and he in us, that he has … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Sunday, 13:45
The Bass Rock was formed 320 million years ago and is the remains of one of many active volcanoes in the area. With an incredible past, it has played a key role throughout the history of Scotland - a religious retreat during early Christianity; … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Sunday, 13:45
Scotland is home to around 60% of Europe’s gannets. From late January gannets return to the Bass Rock: numbers peak at over 150,000 making it the largest Northern gannet colony in the world. Gannets are Britain’s largest seabird and they have a … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     Sunday, 11:23
"Before Christ ascended into heaven, he commanded his Apostles to remain in the city of Jerusalem for the nine days until the feast of Pentecost, and there to await the descent of the Holy Spirit. With this, our Saviour instituted the practice of … [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     16/05/2015 06:53
The Mother of the Redeemer has a precise place in the plan of salvation, for "when the time had fully come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons.… [More]
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LawrenceOP-Fan     16/05/2015 06:53
The facade of the Dominican church and priory in New Haven, CT.
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LawrenceOP-Fan     16/05/2015 06:53
Looking down the nave of St Mary's, New Haven (CT).
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LawrenceOP-Fan     16/05/2015 06:53
Detail from the apse of St Mary's, New Haven (CT).
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LawrenceOP-Fan     16/05/2015 06:53
View across the the nave to the entrance area of St Mary's, New Haven (CT).
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LawrenceOP-Fan     15/05/2015 04:48
A Romanesque capital in the 12th-century basilica of St Godehard in Hildesheim. It depicts an evangelist or preacher of the Gospel.
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